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Sep 16, 2019 23:43 |  #121

Love the shot where you see the jet fuel fire in the photo. So cool.




  
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Sep 21, 2019 21:26 |  #122

TruckerDave wrote in post #18897688 (external link)
A USAF C-17 cargo jet. A bunch of them are based here in Charleston SC, but this one did a coastal flyby on July 4th.
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when those were first coming on line i was at Altus in oklahoma and i did a LOT of work on the presentation for the local dignitaries since it was coming to Altus for crew training




  
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Sep 30, 2019 10:35 |  #123

A couple of shots of the RAF Battle of Britain Flight's Douglas C47 Dakota


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Sep 30, 2019 17:29 |  #124

Finally got to see a C a few weeks back!

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These folks dropped in a few days ago.

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Oct 02, 2019 12:52 |  #125

R.I.P B-17 9-0-9. Crashed at Bradley International today.


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Oct 02, 2019 22:23 |  #126

Lycomech96 wrote in post #18937173 (external link)
R.I.P B-17 9-0-9. Crashed at Bradley International today.

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I saw that on the news. Sad end to an old warrior.


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Oct 04, 2019 15:01 |  #127

Lycomech96 wrote in post #18937173 (external link)
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Sure would be interested to know what happened. Those things are hard to knock out of the air. I heard one report that said engine trouble.....heck they can lose two and still stay up so i don't think that was the problem.


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Oct 04, 2019 18:40 |  #128

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Sure would be interested to know what happened. Those things are hard to knock out of the air. I heard one report that said engine trouble.....heck they can lose two and still stay up so i don't think that was the problem.

Yes, I am a retired airframe and powerplant mechanic/inspector. I heard they lost an engine shortly after, or during, take off. That is a bad time. Still, with three turning it should have been manageable. One engine was shown, with the prop feathered, when the NTSB was looking at the wreckage. It was stuffed in the building it hit. At first I thought it was number 3 and there was a fire. If the fire got to the right main tire it would have explained the hard right turn into the deice pad and building. But, I later heard that they were making a wide shallow turn to get back to runway 6 and were still turning when it hit the ground. The NTSB will take their time and look at all the records and try to recreate the weight and balance and fuel load at take off. It was also said that someone had been working on the engine(s) before that flight. Maybe it should have been a test flight, instead of a revenue flight with passengers. It may turn out to be a combination of factors that turned a relatively manageable emergency landing into a fatal crash. There were black tire marks on the pavement indicating a hard right turn at speed. Ordinarily a turn would not leave tire marks.




  
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Oct 04, 2019 18:41 |  #129

saea501 wrote in post #18938476 (external link)
Sure would be interested to know what happened. Those things are hard to knock out of the air. I heard one report that said engine trouble.....heck they can lose two and still stay up so i don't think that was the problem.

It depends on what kind of engine problem, when it happened, and how the problem was handled. A lot of aviation enthusiasts are asking similar questions.




  
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Oct 06, 2019 19:53 |  #130

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Oct 12, 2019 13:53 |  #131

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Oct 21, 2019 18:44 |  #132

Something a little different-

A home-built Velocity plane.
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They are reputed to be very efficient, although also wanting a longer runway than other planes of that size. Sorry about the lack of prop-blur as I was set up for shooting critters.


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Oct 28, 2019 21:11 |  #133

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Nov 03, 2019 16:28 |  #135

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